The King William district is a historic neighborhood just south of downtown, widely considered the artistic center of the city. There’s a cool little gallery or working studio around seemingly every corner, along with a number of bars, restaurants — hotspots Feast and Hot Joy are next door to each other on South Alamo — and cute thrift shops. Next door to the Blue Star Brewing Company, a popular microbrewery, is the Blue Star Contemporary Art Center, the most popular contemporary art museum in the area. It features over 20 exhibitions of both local and national artists a year. South Flores Street – known locally as “SoFlo” – is the center of nightlife and activity in southern San Antonio, home to many unique art spaces and tasty restaurants — like Il Forno, which is renowned for its Neapolitan-style pizzas. SoFlo truly comes alive every first Friday of the month, allowing locals to hop from gallery to gallery while listening to live music. Only a few minutes south, you can find Palo Alto College and Texas A&M University — San Antonio campuses.
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